Episode 5

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15th Apr 2020

Now to Next with Nick Nanton Feat. Anthony Scaramucci

Control how you react in the moment — and the ones that precede

Probably best known as the former White House Director of Communications, Anthony Scaramucci, is a brilliant guy with an incredible amount of grit, hustle, and life experiences. Learn about Anthony’s Wall Street Journal Bestseller, Hopping Over the Rabbit Hole (2016) — and why it’s more relevant today than ever. Written from his experiences during the previous financial downturn, Scaramucci gives you a primer on how to succeed in an unpredictable business market.

Timestamps:

  • 3:26: Scaramucci’s humble beginnings
  • 12:23: Creating SkyBridge Capital
  • 17:43: Failure is a tool
  • 19:10: SALT Conference
  • 22:35: Scarmucci’s restaurant — Hunt & Fish Club
  • 24:59: Keyboard warriors
  • 27:17: Tony Robbins’ wisdom
  • 28:36: After being fired from the White House
  • 32:18: Gratitude list
  • 40:19: Words of wisdom

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About the Podcast

Now to Next with Nick Nanton
On Now to Next, Nick Nanton sits down with specialists from all walks of life to discuss what’s happening right now in their prospective field, and where the future lies for a positive tomorrow.
Fifteen-time Emmy Award Winning Director/Producer, Nick Nanton, has become known for telling stories that connect. Why? Because he focuses on the most fascinating subject in the world: PEOPLE. As co-founder of the largest personal branding agency in the world, DNA: The Dicks + Nanton Celebrity Branding Agency®, representing more than 3000 clients in 60 countries around the world, Nick learned the art of storytelling through helping his clients tell their stories in order to share their unique gifts with the world. On Now to Next, Nick sits down with specialists from all walks of life to discuss what’s happening right now in their prospective field, and where the future lies for a positive tomorrow.